Why say limited conectivity when I'm trying to conect to my wireless router?

95% of the time that I am trying to connect to my wireless router it says limited conectivity. It's like it connects to the router, but a degree of curtain.

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Hi John,.

1 did you changes to the computer before the show?
2. are you able to go online?

Limited connection: This means that the PC is connected to the router, but the computer has not been assigned a valid IP address, so you can not access the Internet. It can also indicate that a valid IP address has been assigned, but the computer does not have an Internet connection. If you are connected to a home network, try restarting the router. If you are connected to a domain network or a public network, please contact technical support of this network.

See these articles for more information:

Wireless and wired network problems

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/network-connection-problem-help#network-problems=Windows-Vista&V1H=win8tab1&V2H=win7tab1&V3H=winvistatab1&v4h=winxptab1

The problems of Internet connection
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-CA/Windows-Vista/troubleshoot-Internet-connection-problems

Please follow these recommended steps and post if you still experience the problem. I will be happy to provide you with additional options.

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